Lisa Kramer Obituary, Death – Lisa Jayne Kramer, who had spent her whole life in the Lamont region and had reached the age of 55 at the time of her passing, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, February 27, 2021. She had been preparing for her departure for some time. She was taken away from both of us. She was a wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother, and she contributed much to the well-being of the family in each of these capacities. It is impossible to overestimate the good fortune that she brought to her family by being a part of their lives. She not only placed a strong focus on her Christian views, but she also placed high stress on her family.
Both of these things were very important to her. She was aware that the work she did for the community church gave her a feeling of purpose, and she placed a significant amount of importance on both the work and the sense of purpose it gave her. She had a variety of medical issues, but I never heard her complain about them, and she was a prayer warrior for the people in her life who were the most important to her. Marissa Stevens, who was her niece, as well as Don Kramer, who was her brother-in-law, passed away before she did. In addition to her, her sister-in-law had passed away before she did. She was the only member of her family to have died before she did before she herself passed away.
She was the final surviving member of her family. Her parents, John and Donna Grassmid, along with her husband of 37 years, Don Kramer, their children Katlyn and Brent Tanis, Tracey and Matt Hulst, Donovan and Ashly Kramer, Molly and Jake Bartman, Dylan and Sunshine Kramer, their grandchildren Tyler, Amelia, Noah, Ian, Salena, Samuel, Iris, Nora, Ivy, Esther, and Leland, and their Lamont Christian Reformed Church family, After the appropriate amount of time has passed, the departed person is going to be laid to rest at the Maplewood Cemetery. On Thursday, March 4, from 2:00 to 4:00 and again from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., friends and relatives of the family are asked to send their condolences to the family and meet with them at the church. The services will be held in honor of the deceased member of the family. Thursday is the day that we will be paying our respects to the deceased.